Turner & O’Connell, Attorneys At Law

Serving Pennsylvania since 1984

Debt Relief For Business Owners

At Turner & O’Connell, Attorneys at Law, we talk with many small business owners during the course of a month concerning debt relief. They express deep concerns about the viability of their businesses and whether they can keep going under the burden of unmanageable debt. For many business owners in this situation, we have good news – it is possible to use Chapter 13 bankruptcy to get debt relief while continuing to operate their businesses.

Our attorneys have strategies that could enable you to hold on to your business, and even strengthen your financial position.

Contact our firm to learn more about debt relief solutions for small business owners.

Dauphin County Chapter 13 Attorneys

Since 1984, Turner & O’Connell has been helping people in central Pennsylvania deal effectively with difficult legal problems. We are experienced Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorneys. Our firm helps business owners obtain debt relief while maintaining the viability of their enterprises. In your case, we will conduct a comprehensive review of your debts, your financing and your options. We will then develop the best solution for your circumstances.

Many small businesses do not have a significant liquidation value. Instead, their value resides in the continuing stream of income they provide to their owners. If you are in this situation, we will work hard to develop a solution that enables you to keep your business operating as a viable, income-producing enterprise. This could involve debt relief through a Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing or a non-bankruptcy business debt reorganization without bankruptcy. A lawyer at our firm can discuss your options.

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To schedule a consultation with one of our Harrisburg small business bankruptcy attorneys, contact Turner & O’Connell at 717-232-4551.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.

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